Is it magnetic?

Primary level science station for magnets. "Is it magnetic?" This sorting science station is appropriate for pre-k, kindergarten, primary grades, or preschool. With younger children be careful to ensure items size isn't a choking hazard.

Solid Liquid and Gas

EDUC This would be great to have students do and combine it with the sink or float record sheet. Sink or float? Kindergarten science experiment Physical Science Standard and focus on water as a liquid

What can preschoolers learn from ramps? How about the beginnings of motion, speed, distance...

Ramps in the Science Center

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: What Can a Scientist Do? Picture book: What is a Scientist? Good for Science centers.

Great way to introduce the scientific processes but in language that a kindergartner can understand. Picture representations also add a element that is essential for kindergarten understanding Chalk Talk: What Can a Scientist Do?

Sorting Living and Nonliving

Sorting Living and Nonliving things - Kindergarten. This could be used as a before activity to check students background knowledge, or as a after lesson activity to check their understanding.

If you're doing magnet experiments with kids, print this free magnet worksheet to keep track of which objects are magnetic.

Free magnet worksheet for kids

Use with Chem-phys! If you're doing magnet experiments with kids, print this free magnet worksheet to keep track of which objects are magnetic.

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